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P lan o f W ork 2012 Webinar presented 11/14/11 by Georgene Bender, RSA
Overview Resources to use Using ROA/POW from Review Headings with Tips along the way Questions
Resources Calendar Samples of your works, publications Conference proceedings attended Program Evaluation Summaries 2011 Camp Survey Results Program Attendance sheets Phone / Visitor Logs County 2011 ES-237 Report
R.O.A Find your efile copy of ROA 2010-POW2011 RED BLACKChange the POW 2011 RED text to BLACK REDAdd your new POW 2012 text in RED
P.O.W. Headings:Extension 23. Extension - Objectivve Example of 4-H Youth Development Objective from SMMART Objectives Publication, 80 percent of the youth who will participate in the weeklong Shooting Sports Program will increase their knowledge of safe and responsible use of firearms as indicated by increasing their test scores from pre to post by at least 30 percent.
14. Creative Works P.O.W. Headings: 14. Creative Works 14.CREATIVE WORKS OR ACTIVITIES (should be educational products listed in reverse chronological order. RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 Exhibits and displays Instructional Multi-Media Presentations 2010 (Total 7) Instructional Multi-Media presentations on topics such as XXX, YYY and ZZZ, range of slides was 21 to 46. Plays, Games Radio and TV Web-based communication and teaching Other
16. Publications P.O.W. Headings: 16. Publications 16. PUBLICATIONS (should be listed in reverse chronological order, beginning with the most recent publication and going backwards. RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 Non-refereed Publications (Author, Co-author(s), Title, Name of Journal, Bulletin, Circular, etc., Volume, Date, Inclusive Pages) (Most Extension publications go here. You can create sub-categories such as) County Fact Sheets Educational Brochure Electronic Database Information System (EDIS) (include URL), Newsletter Edited,Newsletter Articles Newspaper Articles,Trade Journal Articles Others
16. Publications P.O.W. Headings: 16. Publications Bibliographies/Catalogs (Author, Co-author(s), Title, Publisher, if applicable, Place of Publication, Date, Inclusive Pages) Abstracts (Author, Co-author(s), Title, Name of Journal, Publications, etc., Volume, Date, Inclusive Pages) Reviews (Author, Co-author(s), Title and Author of Work Reviewed, Where Review was Published, Date, Inclusive Pages) Miscellaneous (Author, Co-author(s), Title, Source of Publication, Date, Inclusive Pages) (This is the appropriate category for published news releases, and fliers with education content, do not include calendar items, agendas and program announcements)
17. Lectures… P.O.W. Headings: 17. Lectures… 17. LECTURES, SPEECHES OR POSTERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES Include since last promotion (not to exceed ten years) or from UF employment for PS nominees, whichever is more recent. This listing is to be in reverse chronological order. Entries must also tell if the contribution was a lecture or poster and if the lecture or speech was 1.invited, 2.selected (a committee or person selects from those submitted for consideration), or 3.contributed (all submittals are allowed, e.g., some poster sessions do not limit the number accepted). RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
17. Lectures… P.O.W. Headings: 17. Lectures… International Invited Selected Contributed National Invited Selected Contributed Regional (i.e., Southeastern US) Invited Selected Contributed State (EPAF presentations are selected, not invited) Invited Selected Contributed Local Invited Selected Contributed Other RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
18. Contracts & Grants P.O.W. Headings: 18. Contracts & Grants 18. CONTRACTS AND GRANTS - since last promotion (not to exceed ten years) or from UF employment for PS nominees, whichever is more recent (Entries should be made in reverse chronological order. (enter appropriate information in table). RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 a.Funded externally b.Funded internally c.Submitted, pending d.Submitted, not funded e.In-Kind Volunteer Hours f. Monetary Contributions
18. Contracts & Grants P.O.W. Headings: 18. Contracts & Grants Use this statement for volunteer hours: “*Calculation of economic value of trained volunteers’ contribution to extension programs: $18.20 According to 2010 Florida data from the Independent Sector (http://independentsector.org/programs/research/volunteertime.html) the estimated dollar value of a volunteer hour is $ In Extension, trained volunteers are contributing to Extension program by dedicating their time, skills, talents and expertise under supervision or guidance by faculty. The estimated dollar value of a volunteer hour was $17.78 in 2009, $17.56 in 2008 and $16.07 in 2007.”
19. University Governance and Service P.O.W. Headings: 19. University Governance and Service 19. UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE AND SERVICE - list in reverse chronological order. RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 a.University b.College, IFAS c.Department/Center/District Years (e.g., 2010) Name of Activity, Committee, etc. Your Role, e.g., member, chair, etc.
20. Consultations P.O.W. Headings: 20. Consultations 20. CONSULTATIONS OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 DateLocationWork PerformedOrganization/Emplo yer
21. Editor of a scholarly journal… P.O.W. Headings: 21. Editor of a scholarly journal… 21. EDITOR OF A SCHOLARLY JOURNAL, SERVICE ON AN EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD OR REVIEWER FOR A SCHOLARLY JOURNAL – Please list whether the nominee was an editor, served on an editorial advisory board, or was a reviewer, the name of the journal or publication, the date(s) of service and number of manuscripts reviewed etc. (EDIS reviews go under section 19) RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
22. International Activities P.O.W. Headings: 22. International Activities 22.INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES – In a short paragraph, please describe teaching, research, and extension activities and their significance. RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs 23. EXTENSION PROGRAMS - Delineate the major extension programs carried out (see for suggestions how to complete this section.) RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 Role and Activities of Your Advisory Committee Titles of Programs and stats and impact
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs C. Educational Methods and Activities Include a narrative to summarize your educational methods and activities. For more details on educational methods see EDIS FCS6013, Start with a brief summary of inputs (what we invest) (volunteers, staff, grants, partners, etc.).
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs InstructorType of Events Number of Events Number of Participants (who we reach) Self Prog. Assist. Volunteer Program Title Number of Educational Materials Developed Number of Clientele Contacts field consultations office consultations telephone consultations group teaching participants consultations Web site visits Summary of group teaching events for Program I. (blue ROA, red POW) *do not include your role as a facilitator in this table, but mention in the narrative Summary of clientele reached for Program I. For more details see, Craig et al.
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs D. Outcomes and Impacts ( per key objective) State program outcomes/impacts or progress to date in meeting each of the stated objectives listed above. Outcomes: changes (% 50) (n=20), (i.e., customer satisfaction, knowledge, attitude and skills, practices or behaviors, Impacts: economic, environmental and social conditions caused by these changes. You can use data from the literature or from a specialist to tell about the impact of your program. Impacts should answer the question – “so what?”
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs Example of 4-H Impact from m: Two hundred fourteen (214) children and their parents participated in the annual Beach Clean Up Day collecting over 450 pounds of plastic bottles, styrofoam materials and aluminum cans. Eighty-five percent of the program participants said that they did not realize how much junk was being thrown into our waterways. Families wanting to do more than just collect litter learned about Extension’s Clean Marina program which educates recreational boaters on how to reduce litter. Fourteen families have since signed up to help Sea Grant agents get the word out to “Stash Your Trash ”.
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs E. Success Stories: (faculty should include at least one Clientele centered “Success Story” for one of their program areas) For more details on outcomes, impacts and success stories see,
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs Example of 4-H Success Story from m: m High school students often do not have the chance to see first hand what’s involved in making a career choice [Problem]. Wayne County 4-H collaborated with the Lion’s Club [Partners] to conduct a shadowing program in which high school students experienced a day with an adult in a career of their choice [Program]. The day ended with a luncheon to honor the 102 students and recognized the adult volunteers [People]. Each student subsequently wrote an essay on the experience. Comments from these essays revealed such thoughts as “This day helped me decide what I want to go to college for" and “Through this 4-H career program I learned that what I thought I wanted as a career was not really for me. By changing my career plans now I am saving valuable time." [Impact]. The Lion’s Club and 4-H are looking for ways to expand the program to help children begin thinking about careers at a younger age [Conclusion].
23. Extension Programs P.O.W. Headings: 23. Extension Programs Race and Ethnicity Data* If no, provide a brief explanation of all reasonable efforts that have and/or will be used. Race and Ethnicity Projected Target Audience (for 2011) Audience Reached in 2010 *Parity (± 4%) Reached Projected Target Audience (for 2012 POW) No.% %Yes or NoNo.% Hispanic Multi-racial Pacific Islander American Indian Asian Black White Unknown Total100 Gender Male%% Female%% Unknown%% Total100
25. Service to Schools P.O.W. Headings: 25. Service to Schools 25.SERVICE TO SCHOOLS In 1984, the Legislature determined that service to the public schools (K-12) would be considered for permanent status and/or promotion purposes. Such service should be listed in this area. Briefly explain your activities here including # of participants, bullets are suggested Do not include 4-H Program activities here they should be in your program. RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
26. Membership and Activities P.O.W. Headings: 26. Membership and Activities 26. MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES IN THE PROFESSION MEMBERSHIP International National Regional State Local ACTIVITIES IN THE PROFESSION (i.e., giving testimony to congressional committee or serving as a reviewer for grants) International National Regional State Local Other
26. Membership and Activities P.O.W. Headings: 26. Membership and Activities 26. MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES IN THE PROFESSION Association Role (e.g., member, committee chair, elected office, etc.)Years (e.g., 2010) Under each subheading use this table RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012
27. Honors P.O.W. Headings: 27. Honors 27. HONORS Under each subheading use this table RED ADD in RED what you PLAN to do in 2012 International National Regional State Local Other Year (e.g., 2010) OrganizationAward
33. Further Information P.O.W. Headings: 33. Further Information 33. THE FURTHER INFORMATION SECTION Include such things as letters of acceptance from publishers, list of submitted publications, information on forthcoming books, as well as any additional information the nominee wishes to submit. Indicate: Master’s Degree status Marketing Efforts Community Service
34. ISTs & other Professional Development P.O.W. Headings: 34. ISTs & other Professional Development 34. ISTs AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ROA and POW) TitleNo. of Days